If you are tight on space for displaying holiday knick knacks make small changes to everyday items. Change out your throw pillows and blankets for some with a holiday theme or more festive colors. Next to go is the usual tablecloth and dish towels! These small and simple changes will give your house that holiday… Read more »
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Want something a little different for the holidays this year? Try basing your design around a theme. Select a focal color like blue or purple (yes, they can be used for Christmas too!) or decorate with a specific motif, such as birds or stars. Your décor will be fun, fresh and festive!
It’s time again to Deck the Halls! As the holiday season draws near it’s often second nature to grab the tubs of decorations in the attic and slap your decor up in the usual places. Some of us just need a muse to get our creative wheels turning. We’ve got five ideas to help get… Read more »
Turn your table into a masterpiece for your holiday events. Make the table its own decoration by displaying candles at different heights, adding napkin rings, layering runners and placemats over your tablecloth or tying ribbons around the chair backs.
Keep your design fresh from year to year by changing things up a bit. If using the same arrangements every year, revitalize them with new ribbon or other garnishes. Place decorations in different groupings or change their locations altogether to make it look like new.
We celebrated the Grand Opening of our Healthcare & Furniture Showroom at 33 High Street last night with a Happy Hour. Thank you to all who were able to stop by for a visit, we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!
Incorporate a centerpiece as a beautiful focal point on a holiday table. Fill a basket of mini pumpkins, gourds and autumn leaves for fall. For your winter theme, use ornaments, candles or even a mini Christmas tree to catch your guests eye.